Output Devices GCSE Resources

GCSE Computer Science: Output Devices

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a monitor and a display?

A monitor is an output device that displays visual output from a computer, while a display is a broader term that includes any device that displays output, such as a TV or projector. Monitors are typically used with computers, while displays can be used with a variety of devices.

What are some factors to consider when choosing a printer?

Some factors to consider when choosing a printer include print quality, print speed, cost of consumables such as ink or toner, and connectivity options such as USB or Wi-Fi. It's also important to consider the intended use of the printer, such as whether it will be used for text documents, photos, or graphics.

What is the purpose of an audio output device?

The purpose of an audio output device is to produce sound output from a computer or other digital device, such as music, speech, or sound effects. Audio output devices include speakers, headphones, and earphones.

What are some advantages of using a projector?

Some advantages of using a projector include the ability to display a large visual output, such as for presentations or movies, and the flexibility to project onto a variety of surfaces. Projectors can also be more cost-effective than large monitors or displays.

What is a 3D printer?

A 3D printer is a type of printer that produces three-dimensional objects from digital designs. 3D printers use a variety of materials, such as plastic or metal, and can be used to create a wide range of objects, from simple toys to complex mechanical parts.